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Old July 21, 2011, 03:49 PM   #1
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Good 870 barrel

Who makes a good (cheap?) 870 barrel. I have a nice 870 now but am in the process of converting it for use for 3-gun/home defense type purposes. With the fore grip, pistol grip - collapsible stock done the only thing I have left is the barrel.

I dont want to cut anything down but the barrel is a 26" model. This way if I ever decide to sell it then the next owner will have the option of a bird gun or tac gun...
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Old July 21, 2011, 04:58 PM   #2
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I bought a new 20 inch Rem barrel for 3in. 12 gauge for $100 on gunbroker. chk 'em out. there was a bunch of them a few months ago
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Old July 21, 2011, 05:21 PM   #3
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Mossberg makes some and were less $$$ than the rem brand barrels...
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Remington 870 Barrels
SLUG 91356 INTEGRAL SCOPE BASE 12 GA. 24" FULLY-RIFLED BORE MATTE BLUE $187.43
SLUG 91048 ADJ. RIFLE SIGHTS 12 GA. 24" FULLY-RIFLED BORE MATTE BLUE $187.43
SLUG 90048 ADJ. RIFLE SIGHTS 12 GA. 24" FULLY-RIFLED BORE BLUE $187.43
SECURITY 90335 PLAIN, BEAD SIGHT 12 GA. 18 1/2" CYLINDER BORE BLUE $103.00
SECURITY 91335 PLAIN, BEAD SIGHT 12 GA. 18 1/2" CYLINDER BORE MATTE BLUE $113.56
SLUG 91330 ADJ. RIFLE SIGHTS 12 GA. 24" CYLINDER BORE MATTE BLUE $137.81
SECURIRY 93356 TACTICAL BARREL, RIFLE SIGHTS 12 GA. 18.5" CYLINDER BORE MATTE BLUE $167.00
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Old July 22, 2011, 01:13 AM   #4
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yup

MOssberg makes an 18" bead barrel for the 870 that is noteably cheaper than a Rem factory bbl..

I would counsel against cutting a bbl to be used in SD to avoid complications in civil/criminal issues if you ever had to shoot a suspect/aggressor.

My client was shot by the defendant w/ a "sawed off shotgun"

A liberal judge/jury will love that.
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